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Relata refero: ”Positiv, pigg och bra attityd”

Hofvendahl, Johan LU (2004) In Studies in Educational Policy and Educational Philosophy
Abstract
This article focuses on assessment deliveries in discussions on progress, i.e. when the teacher reports on his/her fellow-teachers’ assessments. In these episodes, the teacher runs the risk of ending up in a complicated situation, essentially since the assessments recurrently are very brief and/or difficult to interpret. To meet these problems, the teacher make use of certain strategies, e.g., adding his/her own comments that often seize upon the gratifying content of the assessment, or involving the pupil to engage in a "sidetrack" of an everyday character. In both cases, the sequence is made to last longer as it, simultaneously, undergoes a ”conversationalization”.
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  author       = {Hofvendahl, Johan},
  issn         = {1652-2729},
  language     = {swe},
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  publisher    = {Uppsala universitet},
  series       = {Studies in Educational Policy and Educational Philosophy},
  title        = {Relata refero: ”Positiv, pigg och bra attityd”},
  year         = {2004},
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